Never Let Me Melissa Allen Trilogy #1 3 Book ò 496 pages ½ Jennifer brozek

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Never Let Me Melissa Allen Trilogy #1 3 Book ò 496 pages ½ Jennifer brozek ½ An omnibus edition of the first three books in Jennifer Brozek’s Melissa Allen seriesWhat would you do if you discovered that everyone in your house on your street and in your town was dead Then you discovered you werNd hearing of the massacre on the news she realizes that there are monsters out there They are pretending to be human and they’ve have begun a door to door search–for herMelissa is unable to leave the uarantine zone and has no help except for Homeland Security agent David Hood on the phone Before the government takes drastic action she must figure out what killed everyone and stop it from happening againor did Melissa her A trilogy I read for the Endeavour Award plus a bonus short story The first book was definitely the strongest In that one we get to know and care about our main pov character The rest of the series was kind of a re hash though a nice one I would have liked to know and care about of the other characters But it was a good uick read if a somewhat simple one 35 of 5

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Self in a psychotic fit murder her guardians–and the rest of the apocalypse is only happening inside her mindThis special edition features the first three books in Jennifer Brozek’s Melissa Allen Series Never Let Me Sleep Never Let Me Leave Never Let Me Die as well as a previously unpublished short story Never Let Me takes you head first in to Melissa’s troubled paranoid world – and it will never leave you alone    Wow these were fun Our lead character deals with schizophrenia and occasional hallucinations when under stress So what happens when she wakes up and slowly learns that everyone in a large area of North Dakota went to sleep and died Everyone that is except her because of her non standard brain chemistry This means it's up to her to find out why and who and how to stop them all the while being unsure that what she sees and feels is 'real' Books 2 and 3 follow her as she learns to cope with what she has been through and forms a family with some similarly traumatized teens and some government agents 'in the know' about what is going on It's a very interesting POV when you yourself realize you may be an unreliable narrator of your own story As someone who deals with my own mental Illness seeing her work her way through her touchstones of medication and therapy while in the midst of all of this felt very true and real Also now I think I need a Mister Bat of my own

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Never Let Me Melissa Allen Trilogy #1 3An omnibus edition of the first three books in Jennifer Brozek’s Melissa Allen seriesWhat would you do if you discovered that everyone in your house on your street and in your town was dead Then you discovered you weren’t alone–and whatever was out there was hunting youMelissa Allen a troubled teen under house arrest is the only person left alive in South Dakota After discovering the mysterious deaths of her guardians a I enjoyed this book I don't read many books about the apocalypse but this one very different I not sure why Melissa was a bit crazy but it worked for me I think this should be read by any fans that love zombies books or books about the apocalypse I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review